After a shoot out in the first half, the OU defense made the necessary stops to top Kansas State on the road. The Sooners gave up the fewest rushing yards to an opponent in over four years. OU did have a problem stopping Wildcat receiver Tyler Lockett. Lockett caught three first half touchdowns and a hauled in a school record, 278 receiving yards. Nate Feken has the story on OU’s second half defensive changes to secure the Sooners 41-31 win.
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Oklahoma’s football team used a powerful running game, and a handful of big plays in the second half to beat Kansas State 41-31 on Saturday in Manhattan, Kansas, earning head coach Bob Stoops his 158th career win, breaking Barry Switzer’s OU school record. The Sooners marched to a touchdown on their opening drive, going 64 yards in eight plays, with Trevor Knight throwing a 12-yard touchdown pass to Sterling Shepard on third down and goal. OU was […]